18 receptions, 186 yards, one TD.
I didn't really see any dropped passes or significant mistakes, but there wasn't a lot that stood out, either. Skyler Ridley was a pleasant surprise, but he didn't have a reception longer than 11 yards. J.D. Falslev and Ross Apo were functional to good.
As a unit, the receivers miss the production of Cody Hoffman. Apo has the potential to be a great receiver and a game-changer, but he has yet to reach his potential (though I think he will be there soon). Falslev and Ridley both performed quite well, but neither has the ability to dominate a game like Cody Hoffman can.
When Hoffman was taken out of the game with about three minutes left in the first quarter, he had already racked up 46 receiving yards. While Apo, Falslev, and Ridley can, to a degree, fill the gap in Hoffman's absence, let us hope Hoffman gets and stays healthy because the Cougars will need him against Utah and Boise St.
One thing that the receivers did do well that didn't show up on the stat sheet was block. We didn't get a chance to see all of it, but the wide receivers were one of the main reasons for the success of BYU's outside run game.
Grade: B+. The "B" is for the production and the "+" is for the blocking.